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NY Times: Santorum Makes Case For Religion In Public Sphere

On February 26, 2012, the New York Times reported:

“That makes me throw up,” [Santorum] said, adding later, “I don’t believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute.”

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Appearing on “This Week,” Mr. Santorum was asked about several of his recent comments, including why he derided President Obama — whom he called a “snob” — for encouraging all Americans to attend college.

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Mr. Romney had to defend himself against a new wave of complaints that he was out touch because of his remark in the economically depressed city of Detroit on Friday that his wife, Ann, owned a “couple of Cadillacs.”

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But the crowd initially booed Mr. Romney, who occasionally struck a discordant note, as when he approached a group of fans wearing plastic ponchos. “I like those fancy raincoats you bought,” he said. “Really sprung for the big bucks.” And when asked if he was a fan of the sport, he mentioned that “I have some great friends who are Nascar team owners.”

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